About your Search

20130401
20130430
Search Results 0 to 22 of about 23 (some duplicates have been removed)
to adjust the rates in terms of how we want to accomplish that plan. >> mr. torres? >> i want to make sure that we understand that this issue has to be extended until our april 23rd meeting to make sure we have the scenarios of the chairman referencing this. this is the first time we have seen this data. >> yes. commissioner, we understand this is your first exposure to the rate and to these choices that we are describing to you in such a more concrete way. and we understand that there is work for us to do to respond to your questions about not only what that bonding capacity could be but what we could do with it under an outline of -- >> a third hearing at the puchlt p u c and more conversations we board as we move forward. >> i would like to move as quickly as possible and we are more information we need. i was hoping that we could have approved rates today. but i understand where people are at. >> that was my hope too but after all this information we need to take the time to do it right and make sure your questions are answered as well as sflafco. >> thank you. i just want a point of
minds because that will help influence further legislation. this is a good segue, probably, to mr. torres. we work very well with his department and he's extremely receptive and action-oriented. >> i think that's great that we have so much cooperation with departments in sacramento. that's great to her. go ahead, expand on that. >> thank you to the u.s. attorney for gathering us to the. we have come a long way but as the parents expressed so poignantly, we have so much farther to go. we can pass laws but how do they get enforced, how do they get actualized, how do we have the accountability? more than that, as tony smith was talking about, creating caring climate, a culture of trust and respect. and that's hard and needs to, top down but also bottom up. i just recently viewed the movie bully and brought back a lot of memories, it brought back a focus on just the cruel course of bullying and the insensitivity, the interviews with administrators and school personnel. i don't know if any of you have seen the movie or a preview of it, it's just an appalling, republic prehence sibl
that we agreed to under the mou, we have ms. torres attest she put the notices in the mail, mr. yee's own letter says he received the notice, his tenants received the notice, thus they were mailed, other tenants say they're multiple tenants for the same address. we posted within 300 feet of the location both the original location was posted and the new location was physically posted on telephone poles or other outdoor areas, door hangers were done prior to construction, so there's multiple floppers -- forms of notice that were provided. as to the hearing notice, at&t does not provide the hearing notice, dpw e-mailed the notice to mr. yee, he didn't attend the hear, it's not just that the box showed up, there was a hear, he did not appear, the director supported the staff decision and at&t moved forward. so, multiple notices were given, many people received those notices, we are here to attest that we complied with everything we voluntarily agreed to as well as the dpw order requirements. as to the substantive appropriateness of the position, the department is here, they have detailed siti
certainly talk to [speaker not understood] and see that that -- and michael to see that that happens. >> mr. carlin, mr. cruz? >> yes, mr. carlin, mr. cruz. >> for the record, make sure we know who we're talking about. >> i appreciate that, president torres. >> all right. any other questions? >> thank you. >> we'll see you back in a minute. any further public comments? commissioner? >> i have a question, i don't want to remove it, 10 a. . >> 10 a. ~ i just want to understand the nature of that project. i do know we are doing some pilots, community garden pilots, and i'm not sure who should answer [speaker not understood]. is this going to be something that we're really -- as part of our pilot process, to activate public land for public purpose? is there going to be sort of a documenting and monitoring of this program and project and how did it come about? >> good afternoon, [speaker not understood], real estate director. this project came to my attention from the mayor's office, which is sponsoring a revitalization of ocean and phelan avenue. it's called the project is called the ocean-phel
: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from new york. mrs. gillibrand: i am deeply honored to stand here today in support of annalisa torres' nomination to be district judge for the corn district of new york. i also want to thank president obama for acting on my nomination and nominating another superbly qualified female jurist to the federal bench. i know judge torres as a fair-minded woman of great integrity. her lifetime of public service and legal experience serving her community has earned her respect of her colleagues. her body of work demonstrates her qualifications to serve on the federal bench. courts,rd includin triminal court of the cy onek and 2012, she was eed to a 14-year term as a new york state supreme court justice. judge torres has previously worked inri practice as a law clerk and as a teacher. in her current role, she has exemplified pragmatism and has demonstrated a consist the president commitment to thoughtful, sound and fair reasoning. in addition to her professional work, she has shown an enduring commitment to her community. there's no question tha
on the confirmation of the torres confirmation and expected voice vote on the confirmation of watson. mr. president, a new tragedy during the night, and our thoughts are with the people of west, texas. that's the name of a city in texas. our thoughts are with all of texas in the wake of a terrible explosion of a fertilizer in the factory of a town of west, why you have just outside waco. five to 15 deaths, a couple hundred who are wounded. they were working, they were sleeping, they were having dinner. i offer my condolences to those who lost loved ones and who have people who are wounded and injured. we'll continue to follow the news from texas as it develops today. and i'm going to do everything i can with my colleagues to ensure that this terrible tragedy has the resources of the federal government available to help the people of that city as they recover from this tragedy. mr. president, this nation has simply dealt with too much, too much loss during the last few months. once again i offer my condolences to the families who joined us here yesterday to honor the loved ones that they lost to gun
Search Results 0 to 22 of about 23 (some duplicates have been removed)